While the diet-conscious among us know that staying healthy usually means nixing the simple carbs (e.g. sugar), a conglomeration of recent studies says your waistline might thank you for that more than your brain, especially after your noggin's had a hard workout.
Previously, Calorie Ken took a magnifying glass to the father of fast food French fries, McDonald's, and reminded you that their marketing message is "feel good about our food," not, "our food is good for you." Part deux is about size, as it really does matter.
While I think we all know that frozen meals and fast food aren't really what healthy diets are made of, we also suspect that eating well can be a real pain in the butt. Here are a few ways to make time for making good eats, because it's important for all of us to know it's really not that tough.